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  • 1. Investor PresentationMarch 2013Committed to Powering Your Success
  • 2. Forward Looking Statement2 Continued compliance with government regulations Changing legislation or regulatory environments Requirements or changes affecting the businesses in which the Company is engaged Industry trends, including factors affecting supply and demand Labor and personnel relations Credit risks affecting the Companys revenue and profitability Changes in the “commercial vehicle” or “heavy truck” industry The Company’s ability to effectively manage its growth, including implementing effective controls and procedures andattracting and retaining key management and personnel Changing interpretations of generally accepted accounting principles Whether the transaction to sell the automobile dealership business is consummated General economic conditions Other relevant risks detailed in the Company’s filings with the Securities and Exchange CommissionThe information set forth herein should be read in light of such risks. The Company does not assume any obligation to update theinformation contained in this presentation.This presentation may contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Actof 1995 about the Company. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts. Such forward-lookingstatements, based upon the current beliefs and expectations of the Companys management, are subject to risks anduncertainties, which could cause actual results to differ from the forward-looking statements. The following factors, amongothers, could cause actual results to meaningfully differ from those set forth in the forward-looking statements:
  • 3. Overview AutoChina is China’s leadingspecialty finance provider in thecommercial transportation industry. The Company is China’s largestone-stop commercial vehicle sales,service, leasing, and supportnetwork.3AutoChina At-A-GlanceTicker AUTCF.OBRecent Stock Price $16.00 (as of 3/7/2013)Market Cap $377.0 million (as of 3/7/2013)Shares Outstanding 23.6 millionBook Value $12.79Industry/Business Specialty finance for thecommercial vehicle industryHeadquarters Shijiazhuang, Hebei, ChinaAll information as of 6/30/2012 unless otherwise noted.
  • 4. New VehicleFinancingOptional Value-AddedServices(e.g., financing for tires,insurance, or diesel)GPS MonitoringInsurance Agency(e.g., CV,homeowners, businessproperty, life)Store SupportNetworkAdministrativeServices(registration, licensing,permitting, insurance)Used CommercialVehicle Sale-LeasebackVertically Integrated Specialty Finance Focused on Transportation Industry4
  • 5. Key Messages Since launching its commercial vehicles sales and leasing business in March 2008, AutoChinahas leased over 37,000 trucks. The Company is the leading specialty finance provider inChina’s transportation industry. Geographically extensive network of 534 store branches, as of December 31, 2012 Offers a range of services to its customers, from heavy truck sales to diesel and insurancefinancing and on-the-road support5Leading Position in China’s Growing Commercial Transportation MarketProfitable and Scalable Business Model Acting as a partner to individuals and small business owners by providing access to affordablecommercial vehicle ownership, enabling them to transport their high-demand goods all overthe vast and rapidly developing Chinese countryside and grow their businesses Focused on better serving customers by becoming a vertically integrated specialty financeprovider in the commercial transportation market Growth is primarily driven by new branch openings – standardized across network Effective risk management procedures, e.g. comprehensive applicant screening, GPSmonitoring on all vehicles
  • 6. Key Messages Sales of $104.8 million for the three months ended 6/30/2012, compared to $185.8 million inthe prior-year period. Net income of $8.4 million, or $0.36 per diluted share, in the three-month period, compared toa net loss of $1.6 million (included loss on change in fair value of earn-out obligation of $15.2million) in the prior-year period $59.7 million in cash at 6/30/20126Solid FinancialsExperienced/Aligned Leadership Mr. Yong Hui Li (Chairman, CEO, and founder) owns 66% of AutoChina Entrepreneur with numerous accomplishments Experienced management team with a strong track record of growth and profitability
  • 7. Corporate History7 AutoChina founded with 6 automotive dealerships primarily located in Northern China’sHebei province. Business eventually reaches 27 dealerships in size. Commercial Vehicle Sales, Servicing, Leasing and Support Business launched.2008200520092010 Becomes a public company by merging with the Spring Creek SPAC Sale of automotive dealership business announced for $68.8 million Begins partnership with CITIC Completed $70 million registered direct offering Store expansion reaches southern China Begins new lease securitization program with CITIC Trust Establishes wholly owned financial leasing company Closes on 150 million RMB bank facility from CITIC Announces launch of used commercial vehicle sale-leasebackprogram2012 Establishes insurance agency business Begins partnership with Postal Savings Bank of China Launches new customer-facing website Purchases new office space for HQ in Kai Yuan Center building2011
  • 8. Operational Highlights2511,5072,5313,2752,5064,1302,8493,0762,5593,4463,1261,804 1,725 1,6901,154816105 109150 157180193218300318354385506 512 514 523 5340100200300400500600-5001,0001,5002,0002,5003,0003,5004,0004,500Q109 Q209 Q309 Q409 Q110 Q210 Q310 Q410 Q111 Q211 Q311 Q411 Q112 Q212 Q312 Q412TrucksSold StoresOperated8AutoChina has sold over 37,000 trucks since inception.
  • 9. 9THE MARKET OPPORTUNITY
  • 10. 370,795236,600307,296487,500540,448636,0001,017,400880,641625,000790,000-200,000400,000600,000800,0001,000,0001,200,0002004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012E 2013EHeavy Truck Sales in ChinaChina’s Heavy Truck Market China is the largest market for heavy trucks in the world– ~7x the size of the U.S. market and ~4x the size of the European market– Demand for cargo-transporting vehicles/semi- and full-trailer trucks– Huge downstream demand, increasing domestic consumption Robust growth from 2009-2010 was followed by normalization of demand in 2011and 2012, stable growth expected as China’s economic development continues10Source: ACT Research, China Automotive Review, CICC, CAAM
  • 11. China’s Need for Access to Capital11 In China, individuals and small business ownershave limited access to capital due to morestringent bank capital requirements and lack ofdefined credit rating systems– Only large corporates or well-connected, wealthyindividuals are able to acquire loans from banks– Need for an alternative method of obtaining capital foraverage individual or small business to sustain theirlivelihoods and support their families
  • 12. 12AUTOCHINA’S BUSINESS MODELProviding Vertically Integrated Specialty Finance Services
  • 13. Vertically Integrated Specialty Finance Focused on Transportation Industry131. New Vehicle Financing Accessible and affordable vehicle ownershipfor owners and owner-operators 26-month lease-to-own structure Bundled with value-added services2. Used Commercial Vehicle Sale-Leaseback Program available to former and newcustomers Allows them to generate funding quickly andpay sale-leaseback over time Access to value-added services3. Administrative Services Registration, licensing, permitting, insurance4. Optional Value-Added Services Financing for tires, insurance, or diesel5. GPS Monitoring Assurance that your vehicle can be located atany time6. Store Support Network Access to an extensive store network for anycustomer needs (e.g., road-side assistance)7. Insurance Agency Insurance for commercial vehicles, homeowners,business property, life, etc.
  • 14. AutoChina: Financing for China’s Heavy Truck Market AutoChina’s focus is on Class 8 heavy trucks– Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of greater than33,000 lbs. (15 tonnes)– Short replacement cycle: useful life of heavytrucks in China approx. 3-4 years Heavy truck financing is a highly fragmentedmarket — opportunity for AutoChina toestablish itself as a market leader Customer base predominantly entrepreneursthat carry wide variety of goods– Freight, agricultural products, raw materials14AutoChina empowers individuals and small business owners to “be their own boss” byoffering affordable financing and support options.Compelling Core Assets Industry agnostic Average cost of truck: $44,000 AutoChina’s estimated ROI: $7,700
  • 15. AutoChina’s Lease-to-Own Sales Cycle for Trucks152. Thorough Screening & Approval Process Local service center conducts initial screening of newcustomer. If successful, formal application is made. Corporate HQ must give final approval for all newcustomers.– Approximately 50% of formal applicants are rejected1. Sales & Marketing Word of mouth Local presence, grass-roots marketing– Fliers– Playing cards3. Considerable Down Payment Minimum initial payment from first-time customers is25%  customer has a significant vested interest AutoChina holds no inventory, is make- and model-agnostic—trucks purchased only after customers makedown payment4. Affordable Lease Payment 26-month lease-to-own structure Customers generally realize over 20% profit margin per vehicle Value-added services are bundled
  • 16. Effective Risk Management In addition to strict screening and credit evaluation procedures, the locationof each AutoChina vehicle is monitored using an advanced GPS system(shown below)– AutoChina customers log an average of 90,000 miles per year Since AutoChina is the legally registered owner of the vehicle during thelease, vehicles can easily be found and repossessed if there is a problem16BeijingShijiazhuangMap Detail AreaSince inception through Q4 2012 (37,399 leases), just 1,019 defaults
  • 17. Extensive Geographic Network & Proximity to the Customer Nationwide network of 534commercial vehicle financing andservice centers (as of 12/31/2012)covers 26 provinces and province-level regions Company-owned, standardized,and report to centralized HQ Located in rural areas close toAutoChina’s customers Inexpensive to open, hold noinventory No competitor with comparablenetwork in China Goal: Cover China by end of 201317LegendOperating branchProvincial branchBranch underdevelopment
  • 18. Customer Benefits Assurance and peace of mind that come with working with a reputableand recognized specialty finance company Convenience of a one-stop commercial vehicle sales, service, leasing, andsupport network Extensive network of financing and service centers across China Quality, personable customer service Optional value-added services18
  • 19. Strategic Partnerships CITIC Trust Co. Ltd.– CITIC Trust acts as an intermediary for a portion of theCompany’s leases Postal Savings Bank of China (“PSBC”)– AutoChina to provide guarantees for qualified customers sothey can get credit cards from PSBC; AutoChina chargesservice fee based on percentage of the amount it guaranteesfor its customers– AutoChina customers can make payments to the Companydirectly at any of PSBC’s 36,000 branches19
  • 20. New Customer-Facing WebsiteURL: www.kywmall.com To serve as primary driverbehind business expansion anddiversification Increased accessibility toinformation and new serviceofferings for customer base:– Logistics services– Consulting on insurancematters and access to varioustypes of insurance– Online used truck marketplace20 Online portion of business expected to evolve and expand over time
  • 21. New Headquarters and Office Space AutoChina purchased 23 floors (over 60,000square meters) of newly constructed office spacein Kai Yuan Center– To house headquarters upon completion inMarch/April 2013– Built and owned by Mr. Li– Located in Shijiazhuang where the Company iscurrently based– Company expects to begin leasing unoccupiedspace and report rental income21 Total transaction value of approximately $159.3 million– Purchase price of $56.4 million– Assumption of $102.9 million debt AutoChina believes investment will benefit its domestic business byincreasing personnel productivity and elevating the Company’s profile
  • 22. Insurance Agency Business Launched in November 2011, leverages existing store network Brokers insurance products from wide variety of carriers to existing andnew customers Commercial vehicle insurance, as well as other insurance products such asbusiness property insurance, homeowners insurance, and life insurance AutoChina has signed agreements with four major insurance companies tosell insurance:– China United Property Insurance Company Limited– Sinosafe General Insurance Co. Ltd. (Hua An Insurance)– Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China, Ltd.– China Life Property and Casualty Insurance Company Limited Company is actively seeking additional partnerships and, as of 12/31/2012,had obtained 23 provincial level licenses to sell insurance22
  • 23. Bank Financing23 Short-term loan borrowings of $92.3 million at 6/30/2012:– Loans from various Chinese banks, such as CITIC, Hua Xia Bank, ICBC Long-term borrowings of $28.5 million Short-term borrowings have blended interest rate of 7.74% per annum Long-term borrowings have blended interest rate of 7.04% per annum
  • 24. Management Team Born in 1962 and graduated from Tianjin University Highly accomplished entrepreneur—founder and Chairman of Kaiyuan Group(1994), the parent company consisting of Mr. Li’s holdings in real estate,transportation, and other industries. Founded the first lease-to-buy sales companyin Chinese auto industry24 Possesses over 10 years of experience in finance, capital markets and working withgrowth companies Received MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management and Bachelor’sdegrees from both the Wharton School and the School of Engineering and AppliedScience at the University of Pennsylvania Prior to joining AUTC, served as Director of Research and Analytics at PrivateEquity Management Group, and also previously worked at QUALCOMM Inc.(NASDAQ: QCOM), where he worked in the venture capital group COO of AutoChina since September 2008 Former COO of Kaiyuan Real Estate Development Co. and has worked with Mr.Li since 1996 Received Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Hebei Building EngineeringUniversity and Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Hebei UniversityYong Hui LiFounder, Chairman, andCEOJason WangCFOXing WeiCOO
  • 25. 25FINANCIALS
  • 26. Summary Financial Results – Second Quarter 201226In USD thousands, excluding EPS Q2 2012(unaudited)Q2 2011(unaudited)Total Revenues $104,821 $185,807Gross Profit $25,342 $28,918Income from Operations $10,955 $17,825Net Income (Loss) $8,437 ($1,578)Earnings (Loss) per diluted share $0.36 ($0.07)Adjusted Net Income $8,437 $13,622Adjusted EBITDA $15,363 $23,727$185,807$104,821$-$50,000$100,000$150,000$200,000Q2 2011 Q2 2012Q2 Net RevenuesIn USD 000s15.6%24.2%0.0%5.0%10.0%15.0%20.0%25.0%30.0%Q2 2011 Q2 2012Q2 Gross Margin
  • 27. Summary Financial Results – Six Months 201227In USD thousands, excluding EPS Six Months 2012 Six Months 2011Total Revenues $207,889 $322,040Gross Profit $49,866 $52,152Income from Operations $21,727 $31,618Net Income (Loss) $16,473 ($28,955)Earnings (Loss) per diluted share $0.70 ($1.23)Adjusted Net Income $16,473 $24,645Adjusted EBITDA $31,576 $41,939$322,040$207,889$-$50,000$100,000$150,000$200,000$250,000$300,000$350,000Six Months 2011 Six Months 2012Net RevenuesIn USD 000s16.2%24.0%0.0%5.0%10.0%15.0%20.0%25.0%30.0%Six Months 2011 Six Months 2012Gross Margin
  • 28. $-$20,000$40,000$60,000$80,000$100,000$120,000$140,000$160,000$180,000$200,000Q2 2011 Q2 2012Q2 RevenueCommercialVehicle*Finance andInsurance$104,821Growing Finance & Insurance Revenues28In USD 000s$185,807$161,843 $81,293$23,964 $23,528YoYChange-49.8%-0.02%$-$50,000$100,000$150,000$200,000$250,000$300,000$350,000Q1-Q2 2011 Q1-Q2 2012Six Months RevenueCommercialVehicle*Finance andInsuranceIn USD 000s$322,040$278,485 $161,736$43,555 $46,153-41.9%6.0%YoYChange$207,889*Commercial vehicle revenue includes revenues from “Agency services, related parties.”
  • 29. Summary Balance Sheet29In USD thousands, excluding EPS 6/30/2012(unaudited)12/31/2011Total Cash (including restricted) $59,876 $43,178Working Capital $218,221 $170,668Total Debt $142,075 $230,078Shareholders’ Equity $301,266 $290,282
  • 30. Investment Conclusions AutoChina’s commercial vehicle sales and leasing segment is wellpositioned to be the dominant player in a fragmented market– Company leased 5,385 vehicles in 2012, operated 534 stores at the end of 2012– Since launching its commercial vehicles sales and leasing business in March2008, AutoChina has leased over 37,000 trucks. Capital-efficient business model with rapid expansion possibilities Business transformation leading to increased profitability– Continued exploration of new complementary product lines Accomplished and dedicated management team30AutoChina is a unique opportunity to invest inChina’s growing specialty finance/heavy truck market
  • 31. Contact Information31 At the CompanyJason Wang, CFOTel: (858) 997-0680jcwang@kywmall.com Investor Relations CounselCarolyne Yu, Senior AssociateTel: (212) 836-9610cyu@equityny.comAdam Prior, Senior Vice PresidentTel: (212) 836-9606aprior@equityny.com
  • 32. 32Committed to Powering Your Success